By Ron Edwards
November 19, 2016
       

The Smithsonian Institute is a perfect example of the real face of racism in America. I have said for decades that when it comes to racism, one not need to look any further than the Democrat Party. Also, there are numerous progressive groups like the Southern Poverty Law Center where members, just like those in the Democrat party pretend to love black people. In reality the feelings of Democrats and others like Southern Poverty Law Center members are fully exhibited in the horrendous policies they continue to either foist upon or promote for black Americans. The Black American community has been decimated by the effort of racist white progressives from Margaret Sanger to Lyndon Johnson to con blacks into accepting a lifestyle that is destructive through welfare and deadly via abortion.

By Ron Edwards
May 20, 2016

For decades, the Little Sisters Of The Poor have been doing the honorable work of taking care of the elderly poor in America. Recently the Obama administration once again exhibited the willingness to persecute groups in the name of contraceptives. This time it was the Little Sisters of the Poor in the bigoted crosshairs of the Obama regime that tried to force them to violate their Catholic faith. Not once, but twice did Obama and company go after the helpful Catholic organization to try and force them to provide contraceptives for their employees.

 

The Little Sisters of the Poor have been petitioning the republic’s highest court to ensure they do not have to comply with Obamacare draconian abortion mandate. The unconstitutional mandate compels religious groups to pay for the birth control and drugs that may cause the killing of unborn babies. Without relief from such madness, the Little Sisters of the Poor and other worthy groups that hope to overcome such brutal government edicts would face massive fines.

Ron Edwards

December 11,2015

When I was a little boy growing up in Cleveland my Dad would often tell me about the great people of America. Yes, he taught me about the obvious luminaries such as Dr. Benjamin Rush or Crispas Attucks. But he often talked about the unsung heroes who are just as important to society as any historical figure. Dad let me know that amongst the ranks of “We the People” resides the true backbone of our republic.

Needless to say, as we approach yet another time of Christmas I am more prone to take the time to fondly remember great individuals I’ve come to know. Many have been great friends and others just fantastic people met along the blessed path of life I have traveled. So often we may take for granted those we have known for a long time or have been friends with for years. Sometimes we can be guilty of overlooking or not paying to the crowning achievements of those we are familiar with.

By Ron Edwards

 

 

It has often been called the “Book of all Books,” the Bible holds a very unique place in American history, popular culture, politics and of course religion.  Unfortunately, though, in society today, biblical and American history illiteracy has been so prevalent that when President Ronald Reagan spoke so eloquently of a “shining city on a hill,” very few Americans realized that the Gipper was referring to a sermon given by John Winthrop, the first governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, in 1630, which was based on the words of Jesus Christ in Mathew chapter five.  When people hear Martin Luther King Jr.’s timelessly magnificent “I have a dream” speech, most do not recognize its numerous biblical allusions and quotes.  Nevertheless, the transforming power of the Word of God remains to impact lives everywhere.

 Denise A. Edwards

August 8, 2014

“God Is Not Dead”

As movies go in Hollywood it is rare to find one so filled with a realistic view of what it is like to be a Christian in America in 2014. Several years ago the movie “CRASH” came out and I thought this is a profound and well threaded film that traces the effects of racism and how it spreads throughout various cultures   Now, we have a well threaded film with a solid Christian theme.

By Ron Edwards

Feb. 2, 2018

 

It was during the sweltering summer of 1787, when the Founding Fathers met at Independence Hall in Philadelphia to hammer out the exact details of our republic’s governing constitution.  There were anger filled arguments that frequently flared up among the delegates of the thirteen colonies.  The verbal jousting was at time son intense that the entire convention was in danger of breaking down.  Into the thick atmosphere of division and conflict, an 81 year old statesman slowly rose to address the men with wonderous words of profound wisdom.